You both can mutually file divorce after 12 months of marriage under section 13 (b) of the Hindu Marriage Act.
If she doesnot agree you can file for divorce at present also but a good ground is needed to show for divorce. You file for divorce alone and later after service of notice she also ask for divorce then the petition will turn into mutual concern divorce.
After filling for divorce under section 13(b) it will take 6 months time for divorce. whereas in other process it will take a year to two.
There is no fees for getting divorce. But if the wife seek for maintenance then the court may direct you to pay maintenance to her till she get married again.
Its a normal Divorce matter you wont be getting any complication.
You can approch the consumer forum for the interest and the amount you paid due to deficency of service by the Bank and their employees. It is a good case and definently you shall win the case.
You can seek mutual consent divorce under section 13(b) of the hindu sucession act. With regard to the House you both should mutually sit and decide or together sell the house. After filling of the petition it shall take 6 months time to get divorce in the mean time you can settle the said issue.
The Fundamental rights (FR) under Part III Art 12 to 35 of the constitution are conferred to every citizen of India by the constitution. These constitutional rights are not absolute. There are reasonable restriction imposed by the constitution. The primary objective of these FR are based on public policy.Therefore no individual can waive off such FR rights.The doctrine of waiver of right is based on the premise that a person is his best judge and that he has the liberty to waive the enjoyment of such right as are conferred on him by the state. However the person must have the knowledge of his rights and that the waiver should be voluntary.
Art 13 provides that any law which made before the commencement of constitution must be consistent with the part III of the constitution . if any statue is inconsistence with the provisions of part III of the constitution such statue shall become void. At the same time such statue shall not be treat as Dead unless it is abolish by Parliament. It will be treated as dormant or remains eclipsed to the extent it comes under the shadow of the fundamental rights.
Regarding the doctrine of eclipse few points need to be consider.It is held to be applied only the Pre Constitutional Laws, and not to be postconstitutional laws
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